Person record: VICTORIA, Queen   (1819-1901)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameQueen VICTORIA
Genderfemale
Relevance of this personQueen and Empress; subject of slide sets 
Main period of activityN/A
Relationships to other peopledaughter of MARIE LUISE VIKTORIA OF SAXE-COBURG, Princess   (1786-1861)
married to ALBERT, Prince   (1819-1861)
mother of EDWARD VII, King   (1841-1910)
mother of ALICE, Princess   (1843-1878)
mother of CONNAUGHT AND STRATHEARN, Duke of   (1850-1942)
grandmother of CLARENCE AND AVONDALE, Duke of   (1864-1892)
grandmother of GEORGE V, King   (1865-1936)
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
24 May 1819born atLondon, England
22 January 190181died atOsborne House, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, England
Slide images showing this person H.M. Queen Victoria in 1837 -- slide 18 of <em>Life of the Right Honourable William Ewart Gladstone</em> (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 52-54 slides, n.d.) Portrait of Queen, and National Anthem -- slide 1 of <em>Band of Hope Jubilee 1897</em> (lecture: UK Band of Hope Union, 50-55 slides, 1897) Cottage Bedside at Osborne -- slide 303 of <em>Famous artists and their works</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 379 slides, n.d.) Marriage of the Queen -- slide 12 of <em>The record reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria</em> (lecture: York & Son, 77 slides, n.d.) 'Shure 'tis the Quane!' -- unnumbered slide from <em>[Landers Collection: miscellaneous and unidentified slides]</em> (miscellaneous: maker unknown, at least 35 slides, n.d.) The Princess when eighteen years old -- slide 26 of <em>The personal history of Queen Victoria</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 120 slides, n.d.) Queen Victoria's first Council -- slide 28 of <em>The personal history of Queen Victoria</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 120 slides, n.d.)
 The Queen receiving the Sacrament at her Coronation -- slide 39 of <em>The personal history of Queen Victoria</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 120 slides, n.d.) Attempt to Shoot the Queen -- slide 49 of <em>The personal history of Queen Victoria</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 120 slides, n.d.) Family of the Queen in 1850 -- slide 60 of <em>The personal history of Queen Victoria</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 120 slides, n.d.) The Queen taking the Oath -- slide 121 of <em>Supplementary slides of the Queen's reign</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 16 slides, n.d.) Landing of Her Majesty at Aberdeen -- slide 122 of <em>Supplementary slides of the Queen's reign</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 16 slides, n.d.) H.M. the Queen and the Prince of Wales -- slide 129 of <em>Supplementary slides of the Queen's reign</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 16 slides, n.d.) Duke of Wellington and Prince Arthur -- slide 131 of <em>Supplementary slides of the Queen's reign</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 16 slides, n.d.)
 Queen Victoria's Visit to Ireland. The Lord Mayor of Dublin presenting the Keys of the City to Her Majesty -- slide 17 of <em>Events in the life of King Edward VII</em> (lecture: Newton & Co., 158 slides, n.d.) Medal struck to commemorate the visit of Queen Victoria to Worsley Hall, Oct. 9 and 10 1851 -- unnumbered slide from <em>[Phelps Collection: miscellaneous slides awaiting identification]</em> (set type unknown: maker unknown, at least 79 slides, n.d.)
Slide set references
(* = main subject of set)

* Balmoral Castle: the Queen's Highland home (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 40 slides, 1888)

* Death of the Queen and after events (lecture: Bamforth & Co., 15 slides, 1901)

* Diamond Jubilee, 1897 (lecture: York & Son, 16 slides, 1897)

* Fifty years' reign of Queen Victoria (lecture: E.G. Wood, 64 slides, 1886)

* The Jubilee of Her Majesty, 1887 (lecture: Newton & Co., 91 slides, n.d.)

* Life of King Edward VII: chapter III -- Edward the Peacemaker (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1910)

* The Queen's Jubilee, 1887 (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1887)

  Royal Naval Exhibition, London, 1891 (lecture: York & Son, 50 slides, 1891)

* The Victorian era: or, sixty years of progress (lecture: Riley Brothers, 60 slides, 1897)

* The glorious reign of Queen Victoria: its events, inventions, and progress (lecture: Walter Tyler, 60 slides, 1897)

* The life and times of Queen Victoria (lecture: maker unknown, 68 slides, n.d.)

* The life of King Edward VII (lecture: York & Son, 55 slides, n.d.)

* The life of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII: series 1 (lecture: maker unknown, 12 slides, c.1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII: series 2 (lecture: maker unknown, 12 slides, c.1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII: series 3 (lecture: maker unknown, 12 slides, c.1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria: chapter I (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria: chapter II -- wedded and public life (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria: chapter III -- some notable events of Victoria's reign (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria: chapter IV (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria: chapter V (lecture: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1901)

* The passing of the Queen: Osborne to Frogmore (lecture: York & Son, 16 slides, 1901)

* The record reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria (lecture: York & Son, 77 slides, n.d.)

* A royal thanksgiving (lecture: maker unknown, 4 slides, 1872)

References
(* = main subject)

* A.A. Wood, Fifty years' reign of Queen Victoria (London: E.G. Wood, 1886)

* Life of King Edward VII: chapter III a popular prince (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1910)

* F. Henderson, The life of King Edward VII (London: York & Son, c.1910)

* The life of Queen Victoria: chapter II wedded and public life (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII: series 1 (c.1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII: series 2 (c.1901)

* The life of Queen Victoria and King Edward VII: series 3 (c.1901)

* The Queen's Highland home (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1888)

* Royal Naval Exhibition, London, 1891 (London: York & Son, 1891)

* A royal thanksgiving in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

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